|A fighters approach to the game.|
Some of the things that I enjoy are these: My wife and daughters, biking, a good book, and playing and watching basketball––particularly NBA basketball. When watching the NBA it's good to see the highlight dunk as Wade tosses the ball up behind his head on a fastbreak, seemingly to no-one, only to see LeBron James leap in from another dimension and snatch it left-handed out of the air, putting it through the hoop and he ducks in order not to knock himself cold on the rim. That is a good play to watch. Another is seeing Stephen Curry weaving through down screens and pin-downs and other assorted picks, curling off the last one tightly as he receives the ball, watching him square up, even as he floats and fades and contorts himself into some impossible angle, effortlessly flicking the ball towards the basket and watching as it hits nothing but the latter part of the twine as it falls through the hoop. That is also a good play to watch. Both of those plays seem to happen with surprising regularity––at least once a game it seems––and whereas they are extremely difficult and eye-catching, they make it seem commonplace.